HR Healthcare 2018

August 14 - 15, 2018

Rancho Bernardo Inn, San Diego, CA

Contact Us: 1.888.482.6012

Tuesday, August 14, 2018 | Day One: People Strategy to Drive Innovative Healthcare

7:00 am - 8:00 am Breakfast & Registration

8:00 am - 8:20 am Welcome Remarks & HR Healthcare Charity Challenge Kick-Off

8:20 am - 8:40 am Chairperson’s Opening Address: Meeting Healthcare’s Challenges: The CHRO as Strategic Partner

Harry Greenspun MD - Chief Medical Officer & Managing Director Korn Ferry Health
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Harry Greenspun MD

Chief Medical Officer & Managing Director
Korn Ferry Health

8:40 am - 9:05 am Keynote: Caring for the Caregiver in a Changing Industry

Nikki Sumpter - Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer Atlantic Health System
Atlantic Health has been named one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For by Fortune ten years in a row. Nikki Sumpter will share how her organization has been thinking about remaining an employer of choice by focusing on:

  • Mindfulness in working with and caring for one another
  • Blending work and life rather than just maintaining a balance
  • How HR & the organization is positioning itself to its employees in a dynamically changing industry
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Nikki Sumpter

Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer
Atlantic Health System

As the newly appointed Asst. Secretary for HR & Administration at the US Department of Veterans Affairs – overlooking the largest healthcare provider in the country – Peter Shelby wants to bring his over 20 years of HR leadership experience to unifying the VA with a common goal of achieving the noble agency mission of improving veteran life. In his talk, Peter will address:

  • How do we share and implement best practices?
  • How do we eliminate waste and inefficiency?
  • What are the core commonalities across government that we can work together to standardize?
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Peter Shelby

Assistant Secretary, Human Resources & Administration
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

With changes in healthcare reform and buzzing M&A activity, what is needed from HR as a vital business partner?

  • How are the various HR functions organized?
  • How do health systems – particularly as HR professionals – become more operationally efficient?
  • What are the implications of change (federal regulation, market changes) on HR?
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Natasha Milatovich

Regional Vice President, Human Performance, Southern Region
Adventist Health

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Queenie Plater

Vice President, Human Resources
Johns Hopkins Medicine

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Myra Norton

President & Chief Operating Officer
Arena

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Shannon Libbert

Associate Client Partner, Healthcare HR Center of Excellence
Korn Ferry Health

10:00 am - 10:05 am Takeaway: What has worked in your organizations for effective change management?

10:05 am - 10:45 am Morning Refreshment Break in the HR Hub

10:45 am - 11:15 am Workshop: Fostering Innovation through Competition

David Gill - Associate Vice President, Employee Experience Northwell Health
As it looks to remain at the cutting edge of providing innovative healthcare, Northwell Health, one of the ten largest health systems in the country, is leveraging the creativity and drive of its employees. David Gill will share how Northwell’s HR leadership developed an innovation program to engage its workforce in the greater mission to move healthcare forward through:

  • Creating an innovation work-stream
  • Galvanizing employees to participate in the initiative
  • Leveraging all levels of the workforce
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David Gill

Associate Vice President, Employee Experience
Northwell Health

11:15 am - 11:35 am Keynote: Digital Transformation Empowering your Human Capital

Rohit Tripathi - Chief Strategist, Healthcare HUGHES
The digitization of healthcare is ushering a renaissance in the way care is delivered.  The confluence of public policy, technology and the patient-centric reorientation of care has set the stage for digital transformation in the industry. There is a growing sense of awareness about the role of technology in empowering and inspiring the care providing personnel to achieve this care.
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Rohit Tripathi

Chief Strategist, Healthcare
HUGHES

The pressure for capable leadership in a high skills and intensity workplace only increases. Join your colleagues to discuss how organizations are:

  • Recruiting the right candidates to grow and lead your organization
  • Providing opportunities for professional growth to develop highly engaged talent
  • Changing learning & development methods for different demographics
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Roby Hunt

Vice President, Human Resources
MedStar Medical Group

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Barbara Ohm

Associate Vice President, Human Resources
Intermountain Healthcare

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Shannon Libbert

Associate Client Partner, Healthcare HR Center of Excellence
Korn Ferry Health

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Kevin Walker

Senior Director, Employee Insights
Indeed

12:05 pm - 12:10 pm Takeaway: How do you prepare the organization for the next generation of leaders?

12:10 pm - 1:10 pm Luncheon

1:10 pm - 2:10 pm Collaborative Roundtables

Join 10-15 of your peers and the roundtable leader to share your challenges and brainstorm solutions in front of mind topics. One hour, two topics: Dedicate 30 minutes to one topic and then rotate to tackle another topic.

1. Trends and Drivers Affecting Healthcare Talent Acquisition
Karen Moore, Senior Marketing Manager, Healthcare & Life Sciences, HireRight

2. Whether to Build or Buy: Getting the Talent You Need
Alison Fornander, Program Delivery Lead, ManpowerGroup Solutions
Sara McCarville, Director,  ManpowerGroup Solutions

3. Identifying Top Talent: Education vs. Experience
Kevin Walker, Senior Director, Employee Insights, Indeed.com

4. The Work-Life Balance for a New Generation of Workers

5. Defining Employee Wellness

6. Motivating Employees Amidst Fast & Furious Changes

7. How Is Your Social Game? Winning Recruitment Online
While changes in healthcare reform and the industry continue to unfold, what are some challenges HR executives are addressing around remaining nimble while staffing for the future. The panelists will open discussion before you submit questions on the app for the moderator to pose to them – and the rest of the room!
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Tim Dutton

SVP & CHRO
Kettering Health Network

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Julie Fletcher

Chief Talent Officer
AMN Healthcare

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Wayne Frangesch

Chief Human Resources Officer
UW Health

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Barbara Ohm

Associate Vice President, Human Resources
Intermountain Healthcare

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Andre Harrison

VP, Associate & Labor Relations
AMITA Health

2:50 pm - 3:30 pm Afternoon Refreshment Break in the HR Hub

Track A: Talent Acquisition

3:30 pm - 3:40 pm Track Chairperson's Opening Remarks
Iman Abuzeid M.D. - CEO & Cofounder Incredible Health
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Iman Abuzeid M.D.

CEO & Cofounder
Incredible Health

Track B: Learning & Development

3:30 pm - 3:40 pm Track Chairperson's Opening Remarks
Rohit Tripathi - Chief Strategist, Healthcare HUGHES
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Rohit Tripathi

Chief Strategist, Healthcare
HUGHES

HR Innovators Network
Invitation-only; practitioner-only:
Two afternoons of peer-led discussions for senior healthcare people strategists going beyond just organizational needs. Contact program director Zainab Hayat for inquiries regarding invitations.

Track A: Talent Acquisition

3:40 pm - 4:10 pm Case Study Interactive: The TA Homerun: Improving Candidate Experience & Quality of Hire with Talent Assessment
Carol Kubeldis - Vice President, Talent Acquisition Providence St. Joseph Health
Providence St. Joseph Health uses netpromoter scores to remain in the top 25% of hiring manager satisfaction. Carol Kubeldis will share how her team has been monitoring and adjusting the candidate experience to make it an industry leader. 
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Carol Kubeldis

Vice President, Talent Acquisition
Providence St. Joseph Health

Track B: Learning & Development

3:40 pm - 4:10 pm Workshop: Teaching Cultural Competency: Understanding Equity, Inclusion, and Cultural Difference
Pamela Abner - Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer, Office for Diversity & Inclusion Mount Sinai Health System
Pamela Abner joins us from Mount Sinai Health System’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion (ranked first nationwide by Diversity Inc.) to share her cultural competency curricula. She will share how to:

  • Address racial, religious, socio-economic, SOGI differences in patient care
  • Raise awareness around unconscious bias as it impacts workplace and patient experience
  • Work with departmental leadership in implementing and promoting an environment of cultural competency to promote equity
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Pamela Abner

Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer, Office for Diversity & Inclusion
Mount Sinai Health System


HR Innovators Network

3:30 pm - 4:10 pm Session 1: Taking Care of Employee Well-being
Susi Takeuchi - Chief Human Resources Officer UCLA Health
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Susi Takeuchi

Chief Human Resources Officer
UCLA Health

Track A: Talent Acquisition

4:10 pm - 4:50 pm Case Study Interactive: Transformational Talent Acquisition for Quality Community Care
Tracy St. Amant - Vice President, Human Resources Phoebe Putney Health System
As the nursing shortage continues to grow, finding clinical talent is tough - add in a rural health system location, and the recruiting challenge intensifies. With a mission to bring state-of-the-art medicine to Georgia’s hometowns, Phoebe Putney Health System has built a high-performing talent acquisition function to attract the top talent required to deliver outstanding care to their communities. In this session Phoebe Putney Vice President of Human Resources, Tracy St. Amant, will share some of the critical strategies they have used to source, attract and retain their workforce. 
 
•Crafting high-tech & high-touch recruitment process to engage top talent across a mutli-gen workforce 
•Maximizing a Nurse Extern Program to strengthen community and school partnerships and compete for local talent 
•Launching a Leadership Development group to retain high potential emerging leaders 
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Tracy St. Amant

Vice President, Human Resources
Phoebe Putney Health System

Track B: Learning & Development

4:10 pm - 4:50 pm Case Study Interactive: Three Steps to Successful Healthcare Workforce Planning
Eric Christenson - President, Vendor Management Solutions AMN Healthcare
  • Establishing effective, mobile training tools for ease of access
  • Offering quick access resources
  • Making training enthusiastic without information overload
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Eric Christenson

President, Vendor Management Solutions
AMN Healthcare

HR Innovators Network

4:10 pm - 4:50 pm Session 2: Winning Comp & Ben for the Generation that Wants More than Money in a Tough Labor Market

Track A: Talent Acquisition

4:50 pm - 5:30 pm Case Study Interactive: High Stakes Hiring: When Healthcare, Hiring, and Politics Collide
Laura Rotter - Director, Talent Acquisition Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest
When talent pools ran dry and politics shone a brighter spotlight on Planned Parenthood than ever before, PP’s Pacific Southwest chapter had to take another look at its employment brand. Laura Rotter will share how her team created an authentic, differentiated EVP for the PPPSW:

  • Launched workplace values
  • Defined organization mission & what it has to offer its employees
  • Created cohesive career branding
  • Leveraged testimonials & referrals
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Laura Rotter

Director, Talent Acquisition
Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest

Track B: Learning & Development

4:50 pm - 5:30 pm Workshop: Great Leaders, Great Outcomes!: Creating Effective Leadership Competencies
Brenda Rebman - Chief Human Resources Officer UC Davis
  • The healthcare landscape is experiencing  bold steps and radical changes
  • The competent healthcare Leader – today & in the future
  • Strategies for recruiting and developing competence
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Brenda Rebman

Chief Human Resources Officer
UC Davis

HR Innovators Network

4:50 pm - 5:30 pm Wine & Learn: Topics du Jour Tasting
Take this time to pick your colleagues’ brains on pressing topics of the day that we haven’t yet covered – with a glass of wine at hand!

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Sunset Serenade Soirée

Carry on your conversations from the conference rooms out to the cocktail reception and some soft live music!

6:30 pm - 6:30 pm End of Day One